Registration for Fall 2023 is officially closed. To inquire about remaining openings, please email firstname.lastname@example.org before submitting the form.
Please read the following information.
The link to the registration form is at the bottom of the page.
This fall Scrollworks is offering private lessons, group instruction and ensembles for orchestral instruments (winds, strings and percussion), piano and guitar to children ages 6 to 18, including students with disabilities.
All classes, lessons and ensembles will be in-person at St. Paul UMC on either Monday evenings (between 4 pm and 8 pm) or on Saturdays (between 9 am and 3 pm). Returning students who have been taking online lessons may continue. New students, please contact us about online lessons.
Our fall program consists of 12 classes/lessons, a mid-semester jury day, a final performance weekend with an all-day recital camp followed by a formal Solo Recital and a formal Concert for the group classes and ensembles.
This year, with the 2024 Paris Olympics in mind, our theme will be music with an international flair.
Group classes, ensembles and orchestra are 60 minutes.
Private lessons, music theory and the premier recorder ensemble are 30 minutes.
We serve a free lunch at noon on most teaching Saturdays for our families, staff and church members. (Please let us know if you would like to help serve or to donate food, paper goods or drinks.)
The semester calendar is on the home page.
Click here for a handy printable version. Thanks, Dane Lawley!
Please do not register if you know your child will miss more than 2 lesson days.
Orientation for new families will be Saturday, August 12 at 9 am. Here's the schedule:
9 am - Violin sizing - for students new to violin or returning students who need a larger size or minor repairs or tuning
9:30 am - Theory test for ages 8+. For new students and any returning student who did not take a theory test last semester.
10:00 am - Basic info on our program. For all new students or returning students who did not attend Spring 2023 or Fall 2022.
Participation in the solo recital and/or the ensemble concert is required. Please put this on your calendar and plan to attend. (Out-of-town online students may submit a video.)
Recital Camp is required to participate in the ensemble concert. Please put this on your calendar and plan to attend.
Fees for 12 lessons/classes + jury + concert:
$85 per orchestra instrument for group classes and for out-of-town students
$85 to participate in Orchestra with free (online or in-person) private lessons on orchestra instrument
$25 for music theory
Ensembles are free: Choir, Rhythm Band, Premier Recorder Ensemble
$120 for Piano lessons
$120 for private lessons for advanced students choosing not to participate in Orchestra (for cello, violin, oboe, etc.)